Terence Bayler -The Bloody Baron08/02/16 Alan Rickman - Professor Snape01/14/16 Rik Mayal- Peeves(who never saw the light of day on screen) 06/09/14 Dave Legeno - Fenrir Greyback 07/06/14 Roger Lloyd-Pack - Barty Crouch Sr.01/15/14 Jimmy Gardner - Ernie Prang05/03/10 Richard Griffiths - Uncle Vernon03/28/13 Timothy Bateson - Kreacher (5th film)-09/16/09 Peter Cartwright- Elphias Doge (5th film)-11/13/13 David Rydall- Elphias Doge (7th film)-12/25/14 Eric Skyes- Frank Byrce -07/04/12 Robert Knox - Marcus Belby05/24/08 Richard Harris - Professor Dumbledore (Films 1&2) 10/25/02
Margery Mason - Honeydukes Express Lady (4th Film) 01/26/14 Derek Deadman - Tom, Landlord of The Leaky Cauldron (1st film) 12/22/14 Elizabeth Spriggs - The fat lady (1st film) 07/02/08 Sheila Allen - Unidentified ministry witch (4th film) 10/13/11 Christopher Whittingham - Ministry wizard (4th film) 08/08/12 Alfred Burke - Armando Dippet (2nd film) 02/16/11 John Hurt - Garrick Ollivander (1st film & DH part 1 and 2) 01-27-17
I have recently become utterly smitten with the Society of Gentlemen book series by KJ Charles. The book covers are so disappointing and bland and do not do these characters justice AT ALL so I needed to draw the boys myself.
If you like Regency-era stories about gentlemen who like other gentlemen then you should check this series out; it’s got some lovely romance and friendships and supporting-each-other-through-hardship and era politics and scandal and drama and pining. Not to mention bi and demi and trans characters, and none of the conflicts revolve around anyone being ashamed of their sexuality. Oh, and they all have HAPPY ENDINGS! Also people actually communicate and it avoids so many stupid misunderstandings that are so common in love stories.
(Basically everything I’ve ever wanted in historical romance and more)